After what was an absolutely crazy week in the NFL, both due to scheduling changes and the sheer results that happened (looking at you KC/TB, ATL/LV, and others), you need to bring some semblance of consistency to your fantasy football lineups for Week 13 and beyond.

Well, you came to the right place.

Take a look at our list of the 10 top waiver wire pickups that you should put in claims for this week. As a heads up, most major fantasy football platforms will be pushing their waiver claims back a day to coincide with the flex of the Pittsburgh Steelers-Baltimore Ravens game being moved to Wednesday evening, so you have an extra day to push through your claims.

All below projections are based on a full-point, point-per-reception league format, so make sure to tailor these expectations to the fantasy football league format that suits you the best. All included players are available in over 50 percent of leagues, meaning that most of these options should be out on your wire to pick up if needed.

10. Mitchell Trubisky – QB

Chicago Bears
3.8 percent rostered

If you possibly can, do not let your waivers go through and let Mitchell Trubisky be your QB option moving forward. However, in a super-flex or a two-QB league that has been ravaged with injuries, Trubisky certainly has the opportunity to be a fill-in, with potential for more if things go well for him.

Nick Foles was hurting this past week and bad before his injury, so Trubisky could easily play himself back into the starting role if he plays well. With games against the Detroit Lions, Houston Texans, Minnesota Vikings, and Jacksonville Jaguars upcoming, Trubisky could finish the year in a strong spot, but only if he is given that chance.

Week 13 looks likely for Trubisky to start again even after his disastrous performance against the Green Bay Packers, but there has been no official designation made by head coach Matt Nagy, as it could depend on how much progress Foles has made in his injury recovery. If he is out there this week against Detroit, Trubisky certainly could be a suitable QB2 fill-in if needed.

8-9. Ryan Fitzpatrick / Tua Tagovailoa – QBs

Miami Dolphins
21.5 / 29.0 percent rostered

Look, this whole back-and-forth role that both Ryan Fitzpatrick and Tua Tagovailoa are playing for the Miami Dolphins is not the healthiest for fantasy football rosters looking for a consistent starting option. However, both have shown that they can be competent options, and that should continue against the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 13.

Hosting the Bengals, who recently lost rookie stud Joe Burrow for the remainder of the season, will certainly help let their stout defense loose on Brandon Allen or Ryan Finley, which could potentially put this game out of reach early and limit some passing chances. But small sample sizes suggest that while Fitzpatrick seems to do well regardless against bad defenses, this game script would suit Tagovailoa better.

Reports say that if his thumb injury is fully healed, Tagovailoa is going to start Week 13 and was only not in the Week 12 game due to this injury. Performance supposedly didn't have anything to do with it. But if Tua is forced to miss more time, Fitzpatrick profiles as a solid QB streamer if needed for this week — just temper your long-term expectations if Fitzpatrick gets the start this week.

7. Breshad Perriman – WR

New York Jets
14.3 percent rostered

Jamison Crowder is the unquestioned WR1 on this team, but he has been playing and receiving targets like a WR3 lately, boosting the stock of Breshad Perriman in the passing game.

The Jets’ offense is certainly one of the least-favorable units for fantasy football purposes to trust, but Perriman has been showing some consistency catching the ball this year, as he has produced three scores over his last three games, racking up 11 catches in the process.

Facing the Las Vegas Raiders and Seattle Seahawks next, Perriman’s schedule is well-suited for a pass-heavy game, which only helps his stock. If you need a low-targeted waiver option, Perriman could be your guy, even if you have concerns about Sam Darnold and the Jets as a team.

6. Dalton Schultz – TE

Dallas Cowboys
30.3 percent rostered

A semi-regular entrant on this list, but not quite in the Nelson Agholor range quite yet, Dalton Schultz has been one of the safest options on the Dallas Cowboys’ offense, which is an odd thing to say since he started the year as a backup.

For Schultz, his transition through a number of different QBs this season has somewhat kept his fantasy football floor at a decent level, to the point where he currently sits as the TE7 on the year, an extremely quiet top-seven placement.

Not obviously matchup-proof by any means, Schultz is scheduled to face the Baltimore Ravens next week, and while the Dallas offense is slated to struggle in that game, Schultz could become a solid option to plug into your lineup as soon as next week.

5. Nelson Agholor – WR

Las Vegas Raiders
31.9 percent rostered

Hey, it is our regular list entrant, Mr. Agholor!

While the Las Vegas Raiders absolutely struggled against the hapless Atlanta Falcons, Agholor yet again produced fantasy-relevant numbers, even though he did not reach the end zone this time.

Five catches for 54 yards marks his fifth game of 50-plus yards and his fourth game of at least four catches. Now, Agholor’s lows are very low, as he has produced games of zero catches (once), one catch (three times), and two catches (twice), but he has had enough strong games with Derek Carr tossing him the rock to warrant a look.

The New York Jets and Indianapolis Colts are next up for Agholor. His stock is only going to rise, so add him now while you still can, even with that Colts matchup a tough one in two weeks.

3-4. Keke Coutee & Randall Cobb – WRs

Houston Texans
0.3 / 13.0 percent rostered

Houston Texans stud wide receiver Will Fuller was just suspended for six games after testing positive for a banned substance, effectively ending his season and most likely his career with the team.

With trade rumors floating all around Fuller this year, it seems as though his time in Houston is complete, which now opens up opportunities for Brandin Cooks, Randall Cobb, and Keke Coutee moving forward.

Cooks is going to be owned in your league, but both Cobb and Coutee should certainly see an increase in targets moving forward, and both should be gettable off of your wire. However, you need to act fast if you want them.

Coutee is more of the wild card here, but he is also the healthy one currently, as Cobb will remain on IR for at least two more weeks. Keep an eye on how Deshaun Watson chooses to change up his targets, as he may prefer one option over the other moving forward.

2. Cam Akers – RB

Los Angeles Rams
27.9 percent rostered

Picking the hot hand in the Los Angeles Rams’ backfield every week is more of a guessing game than it is an actual science, and their loss to the 49ers in Week 12 certainly proved that fact. Rookie Cam Akers ended up being the most impactful option of the trio, as his nine carries for 84 yards and a score easily superseded both Darrell Henderson and Malcolm Brown’s work, as those two combined for 13 carries for 23 yards.

This marks the second consecutive week for Akers in the end zone, and these both seem to be pointing to an expanded role in the Rams' backfield moving forward, muddying up the roles for both Henderson and Brown even further.

Traveling to play the Arizona Cardinals this week, Akers may end up being another low-end RB2 option, but tread lightly with all Rams options moving forward.

1. Latavius Murray – RB

New Orleans Saints
46.3 percent rostered

With Taysom Hill getting the call over Jameis Winston to take over and lead the offense while Drew Brees recovers from his injuries, the impact that Alvin Kamara has had has absolutely plummeted at the wrong time for teams looking to get into postseason contention.

Latavius Murray has become the better option it seems for this offense moving forward, as both he and Hill vulture goal-line rushing touches from Kamara. For Murray, he profiles as one of the best RB2 options in the league and could be a starter elsewhere, so he is certainly a solid option for anyone looking for an RB2/RB3 option to plug into their lineups moving forward.

The problem here is that Murray technically is not the starter over Kamara (even if the game script does not point in that direction), so that puts both options in a sticky situation moving forward.

The Saints face the Atlanta Falcons on the road this week, which could offer Murray a safer floor against a bad defense. Depending on how healthy Kamara’s foot is, that will dictate Murray’s usage. A 126-yard showing is not something teams can count on from him again, but a healthy 10-plus-touch day looks to be in the cards again.